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  • Berkshire Youth reaches out to young people

    Berkshire Youth is reaching out to young people to take part in a short survey around youth services that affect them in their local area.

    11 February 2021

  • New Scheme Will Give Young People’s Careers a Kickstart!

    DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 26 MARCH! We are excited to announce that we are now recruiting for our new Kickstart work placements.

    11 February 2021

  • Kelly and Colin’s videos

    We are so proud of our youth workers, Kelly and Colin.

    11 February 2021

  • Paige’s Progress

    Well… it’s looking like this year is going to be a different one again, but the main thing is to keep positive!

    8 February 2021

  • Jessica’s Blog – January 2021

    Jessica shares with us her hopes for the year ahead.

    28 January 2021

  • News from The Wayz

    The Wayz have continued their great work and commitment to the young people in the Bracknell area since our last email newsletter.

    28 January 2021

  • Training Update

    We are pleased to share some very impressive stats, with all of these programmes taking place since our new youth workers started in September!

    28 January 2021

  • Sue’s Right Royal Treat

    Sue, our lovely, hard-working Data and Information Officer, had a well-deserved treat just before Christmas when she represented Berkshire Youth at a royal event at Windsor Castle.

    28 January 2021

  • See, Hear, Respond

    See Hear Respond is a partnership to help children, young people and families cope with the Covid-19 crisis.

    28 January 2021

  • Winners Again!

    We were delighted to be awarded the ‘Best Youth Charity Organisation 2020’ award in the SME News Southern Enterprise Awards.

    28 January 2021

Safer Internet Day 2021

8 February 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 9 February is Safer Internet Day.

The theme for this year is: ‘An Internet We Trust: Exploring Reliability in the Online World’. With many young people having to spend so much time online at the moment, it’s worth knowing that you can find lots of support, information, plus hints & tips at the National Online Safety website.

Above are 15 apps which trusted adults should be aware of. The Educate and Empower Kids website has further information on this subject on their website here, plus Net Aware from the NSPCC also has some useful information here. We would also like to draw adults’ attention to an app called Cunch-Line Chronicles. Although we don’t know how popular this is with young people, it’s another one to be aware of and to view with caution. Further information here.

Let’s all keep having the conversations with our young people about online safety and behaviour.

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